The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interview with Rover Metals, Swarmio Media, Nextech AR and Alpha Cognition discussing their latest press releases
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Rover Metals (ROVR) has reported on the Phase 2 Exploration Program at its 100 percent owned Cabin Gold Project. The company has successfully expanded the economic gold grades at the historic Beaver Zone and the Phase 2 program has helped delineate additional zones for a deeper Phase 3 drill program in Q1-2022. Judson Culter, CEO of Rover Metals sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results and the company's plans looking forward.
Shares of Swarmio Media (CSE:SWRM) are now trading on the CSE
Common shares of Swarmio Media Holdings are now trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol SWRM. The company recently completed a subscription receipt offering for gross proceeds of $6,266,500. Swarmio has engaged with several telcos that have launched its solution allowing their subscribers to access gaming content. Swarmio Media is a technology company that is focused on providing an end-to-end gaming and esports platform for telcos to monetize their subscribers. Vijai Karthigesu, Founder & CEO of Swarmio sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the company's listing.
Nextech AR (CSE:NTAR) CEO Evan Gappelberg buys 72,656 company shares
Nextech AR (NTAR) CEO Evan Gappelberg has purchased 72,656 shares through the open market at an average purchase price of $1.40 per share. This purchase increases Evan Gappelberg's ownership to 10,049,279 common shares. Select senior management team members have purchased an aggregate of 37,000 shares through open market buys over the last several weeks. Nextech AR CEO Evan Gappelberg sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss his continued investment in Nextech.
Alpha Cognition (TSXV:ACOG) announces results from pre-clinical study of ALPHA-1062
Alpha Cognition (ACOG) has announced the functional data from their ALPHA-1062 intranasal Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) program. Administering ALPHA-1062 reduced the extent of the functional deficit and improved functional recovery of TBI animals compared to untreated animals. The preclinical results, combined with clinical data demonstrating the safety and tolerability of ALPHA-1062, support its continued development for the treatment of TBI. ALPHA-1062 demonstrated improved motor and sensory recovery. Michael McFadden, CEO of Alpha Cognition, sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results of the study and what lies ahead.
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